median-ulnar comparative studies

Median and ulnar nerves can be compared using several techniques mainly developed to assess the sensory median nerve conduction in the carpal tunnel. For example, in some methods, because the digit IV (ring finger) has median and ulnar innervation, the comparison of the latency of the evoked sensory nerve action potentials (SNAPs) by stimulation of both nerves can be an efficient method of establishing a relative slowing of the median nerve compared with the ulnar nerve across the wrist, especially in mild carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).

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